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ARDMORE, OK -- Ardmore public schools is looking for of a new high school principal.

Principal Kim Holland's resignation was accepted by the school board during Tuesday night's meeting.     

Holland's resignation will not take effect until June 30.     

Those that work with Holland say the district will miss his leadership.

"I have only been here a year, but I have been a counselor over 10 years in other districts, and I will say working for him has been wonderful," said Sibyl Cantrell, a counselor at the high school. "He's been very supportive of his staff. He always puts the student first."    

Wednesday afternoon, teachers say a meeting for Holland was held at a law office in downtown Ardmore.

The meeting was not open to the media.